It's time for the Neshoba County Fair and before Trace jumps on stage to perform for the large crowd, he meets up with a few different people who like to reach out and help others. Jay Stokes is one of those people. Jay believes everyone should get to experience the great outdoors, regardless of their personal circumstances. He's made it his mission through his organization, Break-Away Outdoors, to help those who don't have that opportunity get the chance to learn to hunt, fish and enjoy the experiences that nature has to offer. Whether they are a kid whose parent is away in the military, or they can't afford the cost of gear and outfitting or if they have special needs, Jay's door is wide open. Trace joins Jay and his group as they go fishing, skeet shooting and target practice. Sandi Lewis, of the local chapter of Christian Women's Job Corps shows Trace first-hand how she gives unemployed and underemployed women the skills they need to find work. Through such activities as a job ...